Naturopathic Medicine in Ghana: A Qualitative Study

The Nyarkotey College of Holistic Medicine has ushered in a naturopathic medicine revolution in Ghana. This institution’s mission is to educate and train Naturopathic Doctors and Naturopaths in Ghana.

The goal of this research is to evaluate the qualitative elements of Naturopathic Medicine in primary healthcare delivery from the perspective of Ghanaian Naturopathic care professionals. The goal of this qualitative study is to find out what motivates Ghanaian customers to seek out Naturopathic medicine. Clients’ push factors from mainstream medicine are also evaluated in the study.

While respondents agree that naturopathic medicine is a vital aspect of Ghana’s healthcare delivery system, they also believe that there are a number of difficulties that need to be addressed right away. Conclusion: Because naturopathic medicines are critical components of Ghana’s healthcare delivery system, strong healthcare policy is required to help regulate the profession and facilitate integration into the healthcare system.

Author (S) Details

Raphael Nyarkotey Obu
Department of Holistic Medicine, Nyarkotey College of Holistic Medicine and Technology, Ashaiman, Ghana.

Lawrencia Aggrey –Bluwey
Department of Health Administration and Education, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana.

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